The FujiFilm S9600 is a mid-level DSLR camera. A DSLR, which stands for digital single-lens reflex, is a higher-quality camera than a simple point and shoot model. This increased image quality makes DSLRs the preferred type of camera for professional photography. Using the S9600, however, is actually quite simple with the camera's automatic mode. In this mode, the camera behaves very similar to a point and shoot. For advanced users, it also has a completely customisable manual mode.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- FujiFilm S9600
Insert fully-charged batteries into the bottom of the camera by sliding the cover outward, then swinging it open. Insert 4 AA-sized batteries in the correct orientation as show and close the cover.
Insert a memory card into the side slot of the camera by opening the cover. Gently push the card inward until it fits snugly. Close the cover.
Turn on the camera by turning the power switch to the camera icon and rotate the shooting dial to the "AUTO" mode.
Rotate the focus switch on the side of the camera to the "AF-S" mode to use autofocus.
Aim the camera at the subject and look through the viewfinder to compose the image. Rotate the large barrel of the lens to adjust focus. Press the shutter button halfway to gain focus.
Press the shutter button fully to take the photo. Look at the LCD screen for a brief review of the image.
Turn the power dial to the Playback mode, which is indicated by a triangle icon. The most recent image will appear on the LCD screen.
Use the left and right arrow buttons to navigate between images in the order they were taken. Use the up and down arrow buttons to zoom in and out of an image.
Press the "OK" button then navigate to the "ERASE" option to delete images. Select "Frame" to delete the current image or "All Frames" to delete all images. Press the "OK" button to delete the corresponding files and press the shutter button halfway to return to shooting mode.
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